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New Freshman Characteristics Fall 2009-2013: High School Rank

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% of students in the Top 10%  -  Enlarge graph and show details Zoom

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% of students in the Top 25%  -  Enlarge graph and show details Zoom

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Mean  -  Enlarge graph and show details Zoom

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Median  -  Enlarge graph and show details Zoom

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Campus: Duluth

High School Rank: Headcount(N) Data. This tables shows the following information. Valid: The number of students who reported High School Rank score/rank. Missing: The number of students who did not report High School Rank score/rank. Total: The Valid value plus the Missing value. This number equals the total number of new freshman in the college for each year.

College 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Valid Missing Total Valid Missing Total Valid Missing Total Valid Missing Total Valid Missing Total
College of Liberal Arts 549 1 550 621 2 623 550 3 553 349 115 464 396 135 531
Education & Human Service Pro 424 7 431 478 4 482 420 1 421 300 54 354 293 76 369
Labovitz School of Bus & Econ 382 8 390 372 9 381 317 1 318 224 63 287 229 83 312
School of Fine Arts 139 0 139 133 0 133 139 2 141 62 26 88 70 25 95
UMD-Sci & Eng. Swenson Coll of 599 9 608 719 6 725 663 9 672 584 104 688 596 151 747
Total 2,093 25 2,118 2,323 21 2,344 2,089 16 2,105 1,519 362 1,881 1,584 470 2,054

Notes & Data Sources:

The graphs contain the trend data for various ranges of High School Ranks. For example, the top left graph represents the percentage of students in the Top 10% of their class. These ranges are inclusive, so a student who scored in the Top 10% will also be counted in the Top 25%. The final two graphs are the Mean and Median High School Rank.

When you click "Zoom", you are also presented with a table of information shown on the graph. The columns are: Valid = The total number of students who submitted a High School Rank. N = The number of those students who fit into the range you are viewing. % = N / Valid.